Snow Angel | St Clements Church Hastings  | Sat 24th November 2018 Lineup

Snow Angel

St Clements Church in Hastings

Saturday 24th November 2018

7:30pm til 9:30pm

No age restrictions

An exciting new work performed by Harmony One with their reputation for beautiful melodies and strong harmonies

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Snow Angel on Saturday 24th November 2018

Harmony One are singing in aid of the Snowflake Night Shelter. The central work of the concert is the evocative and atmospheric Snow Angel by Canadian composer Sarah Quartel. Other items include beautiful music by contemporary composers including some seasonal items to herald the coming of Winter. Harmony One will be joined by Helen Ridout (piano), Rachel Firmager (cello), Suzy Harvey (narrator) and Liam Genockey from Steeleye Span on percussion. Debbie Warren is musical director.
Harmony One is an all female vocal ensemble based in Hastings. They specialise in interesting and exciting new music by living composers for female voices. They also like to get involved with the community and local events. In recent months they have taken part in The Big Sing for St Michael's Hopsice, sung Victorian parlour songs in the Bohemia Walled Garden as part of the Exploring Marianne North Project and given a lunchtime concert at Holy Trinity Church. They were also proud to have been involved with Shout! a concert organised by Women's Voice celebrating the 100 year anniversary of women getting the vote.
Tickets available on the door or in advance from Hastings Tourist Information, Muriel Matters House t: 01424 451111

Music Genres: 

Choral, Classical, Spoken Word

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